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Honda 2600 psi pressure

Pull rope is hard to pull and kicks back. It seems pressure builds and isn't released. Is there some kind of pressure release valve adjustment.

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Honda gx series does have a decompression lobe in cam if you remove the valve cover you should see the exhaust valve open twice while your pulling the rope measurements r exhaust .008 and intake is .006 thousands of an inch.just use a 10 mm socket on the adjuster and tighten as necessary:):)

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SOURCE: Pressure is fine when first started ,if trigger released no Psi

Your uplift injector valve in the water pump is sticking. You need to remove this part. Lube the top o-ring only with a water proof grease. Reinstall this part. You will be up and running again.

You need to use needle nose vise grip tool to easily remove the valve. You need to grind down the vise grip tool to fit the opening where the valve is installed.

To prevent this problem from reoccuring use a pump guard additive.

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SOURCE: Pressure will not kick in consistantly

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Posted on Jan 15, 2010

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SOURCE: i 'm trying to pull the rope and it will barely--honda pressure w

The rope may be bound up in the recoil. Take the recoil cover off(the piece where the pull rope goes into) and try to pull the rope with the housing off. If it pulls freely try turning the engine by hand, you may want to remove the spark plug to release the compression. If the unit will not turn over,then the pressure pump may have failed. Best of luck.

Posted on Apr 23, 2010

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SOURCE: Too much pressure.

You need to keep the trigger pulled every time you start and you need to run the water for 3-5 minutes wide open before you start. Zero air should be in the line or this could cause it to **** out. You probably damaged the pump at this point.

Posted on May 27, 2010

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SOURCE: i change oil on my 3700 psi honda motor pressure

Most likely has nothing to do with oil change. Have someone hold the trigger on handle open to relieve pressure on system/pump , this will make engine turn easier when you pull rope.

Posted on Oct 02, 2010

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